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Dell'historia natvrale di Ferrante Imperato napoletano libri XXVIII : nella qvale ordinatamente si tratta della diuersa condition di miniere e pietre : con alcune historie di piante & animali, sin'hora non date in luce (1599)

Author: Imperato, Ferrante, 1550-1625; Stelliola, Niccolò Antonio, 1546 or 7-1623
Subject: Natural history; Cabinets of curiosities
Publisher: In Napoli : Nella stamparia à Porta Reale per Costantino Vitale
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Italian
Call number: 38494
Digitizing sponsor: Getty Research Institute
Book contributor: Getty Research Institute
Collection: getty; americana

Full catalog record: MARCXML

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Printer's device on t.p. (a crocodile) assigned by Zappella to Felice Stigliola, rather than Costantino Vitale (Marche dei tipografi, fig. 353). The double-page plate depicts Imperato's natural history cabinet. Tail-pieces, initials

Signatures: a² b⁶ c⁴ A-3V⁶

229-234, 246-247 omitted in page numbering, 241-244, 251-254 repeated

Binding: old limp vellum. Title written on spine: Istoria Naturale. Indistinct armorial blind stamp at foot of b1r and elsewhere

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